A Quick Pitstop…
From Anse La Rey, we dropped into Marigot Bay for lunch. The usual slick teamwork when anchoring took a dip when there was a loud rattle and the full … Continue reading
Anse La Raye is known for its Friday night street parties. Music and fish barbecues adjacent to the beach, but few other comments are given. It makes for some apprehension when … Continue reading
No doubt you have all experienced a car passing, often driven by a youngster from a minority background. Side windows all down, and the front and rear screens flexing mightily … Continue reading
The English & The French
The West Indies in the 18th and 19th centuries were the scene of lively exchanges between the two nations. Ok, the Dutch occasionally came out to play, but they … Continue reading
Snow, mothballs and granny trolleys….. Domestic life afloat!
As you may have gathered, buying and keeping food has been a bit of a learning curve, not least working out what some things are and how to cook/eat them. … Continue reading
Lunch with a View!
Since we started out, our hope was that the best plan would be to have ‘no plan’ and to just take things as they come. So far it is working … Continue reading